Le Couleur Dances With Mortality & Life In “Désert”

Disco synthpop

Photo: Gabrielle Demers

Montreal-based trio Le Couleur gives us a tune to dance with our existentialism titled “Désert,” a slice of disco synthpop piece that taps into the emptiness of life and mortality. With a nod to 70s, “Désert” spirals with both nostalgia and sensuality that hits you with a serene thrill. Chill with the play button:

On the single, the trio shared: “In the vastness of life, this song is a musical painting of a desert where one always crosses paths with mirages that represent a death that haunts you and attracts you with gorgeous assets.”

Le Couleur is led by Vietnamese-Canadian singer Laurence Giroux-Do and is comprised of Laurence, Patrick Gosselin (Bass, keyboard and guitar) and Steeven Chouinard (Drums and sequence programming). “Désert” is from the band’s upcoming record Concorde, which will be out on September 11th. The band will be hosting a live stream album party on September 17th, so don’t miss out:

September 17 – Album launch party in Montreal @ Le Ministère + live stream